Bikano launches bhujia campaign, ‘Hum Se Behtar BHUJIA Ko Jaane Kaun’

Bhujia contributes 35% to Bikano's namkeen category sales
Bikano launches bhujia campaign, ‘Hum Se Behtar BHUJIA Ko Jaane Kaun’

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Bikano, India's favorite snack and packaged food maker, has launched its bhujia campaign, 'Hum Se Behtar BHUJIA Ko Jaane Kaun', to solidify their position in bhujia manufacturing and reinstate its position in the market as a bhujia specialist.

The namkeen and snacks market in India is valued at about Rs 35,000 crore, and over the recent past, it has been witnessing plenty of growth and continues to expand. The increased sale of traditional snacks like bhujia, sev, and mixtures has significantly contributed to the sector's growth. Capitalizing on the same, Bikano's objective is to penetrate the market further by foraying into newer distribution channels and strengthening their existing distribution channels.

"Bhujia is made across different parts of the country; however, compared to the usual bhujia, which is prepared from besan (gram flour), the Bikeneri bhujia is prepared from ground moth lentils. Dipped in the authenticity of the original Bikaneri bhujia, we are eyeing to expand the realm of our offerings by channeling energies towards entering newer sales and distribution channels. We'll also be maximizing the potential of digital and other relevant promotional mediums to ensure a seamless presence and capture the market share. Bhujia is one of the products which have been part of Bikano's culinary legacy since the beginning. The market share of the Bhujia & Sev category is 25% of the traditional snacks market in India, and we are expecting a considerable sales surge in the bhujia category," said Manish Aggarwal, director, Bikano.

Aggarwal added, "Bhujia not only is in demand in the domestic market, but there's an ever-rising customer demand across several international markets. It is currently exported to all our major international markets like the US, Canada, Europe, Gulf countries, Australia and New Zealand."

Speaking about the campaign, Dawinder Pal, head of Marketing at Bikano, said, "Bikaneri Bhujia, defined by its light yellow texture, delightful crunchiness and true Bikaneri flavor, invites people of every age group and is most likely to invite for years and years to come. At Bikano, we imbibe the spirit of Bikaner that reflects the true taste of Indian culture. Crunchy, rich tangy flavors merged with spicy flavors make our Bikaneri and Aloo Bhujia a mouth-watering snack to munch on any time of the day. With the tagline – 'Humse behtar Bhujia ko jaane kaun', we want to establish Bikano's authority in bhujia manufacturing and take the position of Bhujia specialists in the market. Bhujia has been our legacy, and the consistency of our brand with the hygiene and taste factor ultimately makes our bhujia stand out from the competition."

Pal added, "The campaign is planned to be rolled out across the channels and we'll be utilizing all ATL and BTL activities for communicating with our patrons. Aloo Bhujia and Bikaneri Bhujia are among the substantial contributors in the namkeen segment for us. Also, looking at the current situation, we as a brand solely focus on value creation that will help us thrive in the market. We are also expanding our bhujia portfolio. Recently, we launched Aloo Bhujia Lemon Chaska, a new variant with differentiated taste."

To ensure the broadest possible availability, Bikaneri Bhujia and Aloo Bhujia have been stocked across the company's general and modern trade network. It is available in various packaging and price points starting from Rs 5 to 1 kg family packs.

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